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  • Driver in California 200 crash identified by authorities

     
    A San Marcos man drove the truck that crashed into a crowd of spectators watching an off-road race in the Mojave Desert, officials with the California Highway Patrol said Sunday. Brett M. Sloppy, 28, lost control of his modified 2000......
  • Federal officials launch probe of fatal California 200 accident

     
    Federal authorities announced Monday that they were launching a review of the accident that killed eight people at the California 200 off-road race. The Bureau of Land Management has jurisdiction over the land where the race occurred and issued a......
  • San Diego newspaper, in wake of Bell scandal, probes local finances

     
    San Diego County’s leading newspaper has launched its own probe of municipal finances in the wake of Bell’s salary scandal. According to today’s front-page story in the San Diego Union-Tribune, the highest paid manager in the county works in the.......
  • Football: Week Zero schedule

     
    Here's the schedule for Week Zero of Southlands high school football (September 1-4). Two schools will actually open the season before that, as San Clemente heads to Hawaii and Fountain Valley to Las Vegas next week. Thursday, August 26th INTERSECTIONAL.....
  • Student, 15, is arrested in bomb threat that forced evacuation of San Marcos Middle School

     
    A 15-year-old high school student has been arrested on suspicion of making a bomb threat that forced the evacuation of San Marcos Middle School, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department. About 9:05 a.m. Thursday, the middle school's...
  • Youth Briefs

    La Caada High's Drumline wins On Saturday, the La Caada High School Winter Percussion won first place in their division at the American Drumline Assn. Competition held at Mission Hills High School in San Marcos. The Winter Percussion, in second place...
  • San Marcos man pleads guilty to loan modification scheme

    San Marcos man pleads guilty to loan modification scheme
    A man who used false and misleading statements to induce customers to purchase loan modification services from his San Marcos-based business pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy, money laundering and tax charges. Glenn Steven Rosofsky admitted that in...
  • Teen blamed for $10K in graffiti damage

    Teen blamed for  $10K in graffiti damage
    A teenage boy was facing charges Wednesday related to more than $10,000 worth of graffiti vandalism in the North County, authorities said. The boy was arrested Tuesday after a deputy spotted him hanging out in a parked car in San Marcos with at least one...
  • Woman comes forward in fatal hit-and-run

    Woman comes forward in fatal hit-and-run
    Authorities have impounded the heavily damaged car of a young Rancho Penasquitos woman suspected of being involved in a fatal hit-and-run collision with a pedestrian, the California Highway Patrol said. Nicoll Koval went to a California Highway Patrol...
  • Authorities identify man killed in hit-and-run crash

    Authorities identify man killed in hit-and-run crash
    Authorities released the identity of the pedestrian killed Tuesday morning in the hit-and-run crash in Rancho Penasquitos. Albert Lee Holman of Mira Mesa died at the scene of the accident on the exitfrom westbound State Route 56 to Black Mountain Road...
  • Cops look for estranged husband in UCSD burned body case

    Cops look for estranged husband in UCSD burned body case
    Authorities said a woman's found in a burning car in a campus parking lot was the victim of a homicide and police want to question the estranged husband of the car's owner. The body of the victim, whose identity remains unconfirmed, was discovered by...
  • No major problems reported as polls close

    No major problems reported as polls close
    No major voting problems have been reported in San Diego during Tuesday's general election. The Registrar of Voters Deborah Seiler estimated a voter turnout of 55-65 percent for the election, up from the 38 percent of voters who cast ballots in the...